SEDATION DENTISTRY PUTS YOUR DENTAL FEARS TO REST!
If the thought of sitting in a dental chair makes you anxious and afraid, you are not alone. In fact, thousands of people put off seeing the dentist every year and risk the health of their smile because of their fears. Our dentists at Central Dental Care and their compassionate staff understand.
Sedation Dentistry offers anxiety-free dental procedures as the patient is in a deeply relaxed state, though fully responsive. It means something even more important: a comfortable experience – often with no recollection of the time passed. We often hear from patients who express their gratitude and delight in their first ever visit to the dentist without fear.
All of the amazing advances in dentistry can’t do a thing for you if you don’t go to the dentist. It’s been estimated that almost half of the population has some kind of dental fear, from people who feel a little uncomfortable, to those who are so terrified they can’t set foot in a dental office. Whether it’s fear or something else that’s keeping you away, today’s dentistry gives us many options for making you comfortable throughout your appointment. Sedation dentistry uses medications to relax patients which makes for a totally comfortable dental experience.
Levels of Sedation
Our dentists at Central Dental Care only wants to sedate you enough to make you relaxed, and let you have a comfortable experience. We are trained in a number of conscious sedation techniques that deliver excellent results for the vast majority of dental patients.
Nitrous Oxide sedation is a very effective way for your dentist to help you stay relaxed and comfortable during a dental procedure. It is a very light form of sedation, which works fast and wears off quickly.
Oral sedation is a wonderful option for patients as it allows you to be comfortably sedated through an entire dental visit using just a small pill.
So don’t let fear keep you from having a healthy, beautiful smile. Discover our soothing, comfortable approach to dental care today!